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  1. Queer Citizenship: Between Desire to Belong and Impulse to Dismantle
  2. Alessio Ponzio
  3. pp. 325-335
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  1. Sexual Citizenship and the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras
  2. Michelle Arrow, Leigh Boucher
  3. pp. 336-361
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  1. “Second-Class Citizens”: The Mobilization of the French Homosexual Movement for the “Right to Difference” (1979–1982)
  2. Mathias Quéré, Robert Savery
  3. pp. 362-384
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  1. Queering Sexual and Gender Citizenship in (Anarcho-)Feminist Zines in Post-Socialist Poland
  2. Barbara Dynda
  3. pp. 385-419
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  1. Mujercitos: The Profane of Mexican Citizenship
  2. Carlos Arturo Martínez-Carmona
  3. pp. 458-481
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  1. Livy’s Women: Crisis, Resolution, and the Female in Rome’s Foundation History by Peter Keegan (review)
  2. Kelly Olson
  3. pp. 482-483
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  1. Basilisks and Beowulf: Monsters in the Anglo-Saxon World by Tim Flight (review)
  2. Jessica Hemming
  3. pp. 483-485
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  1. The Saint and the Count: A Case Study for Reading Like a Historian by Leah Shopkow (review)
  2. Alex Novikoff
  3. pp. 485-487
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  1. Stalin: Passage to Revolution by Ronald Grigor Suny (review)
  2. J.-Guy Lalande
  3. pp. 487-489
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  1. Colonial Mississippi: A Borrowed Land by Christian Pinnen and Charles Weeks (review)
  2. Susan Gaunt Stearns
  3. pp. 489-491
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  1. The Least Possible Fuss and Publicity: The Politics of Immigration in Postwar Canada, 1945–1967 by Paul A. Evans (review)
  2. Yves Laberge
  3. pp. 491-493
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  1. Dear Palestine: A Social History of the 1948 War by Shay Hazkani (review)
  2. Elizabeth Brownson
  3. pp. 493-495
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  1. More than the Great Wall: The Northern Frontier and Ming National Security, 1368–1644 by John W. Dardess (review)
  2. Jun Fang
  3. pp. 495-497
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  1. The Chinese Question: The Gold Rushes and Global Politics by Mae Ngai (review)
  2. Jordan Stanger-Ross
  3. pp. 499-501
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  1. Byzantine Intersectionality: Sexuality, Gender, and Race in the Middle Ages by Roland Betancourt (review)
  2. Mireille J. Pardon
  3. pp. 501-503
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  1. Female Husbands: A Trans History by Jen Manion (review)
  2. Cookie Woolner
  3. pp. 503-505
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  1. Trans Historical: Gender Plurality before the Modern ed. by Greta LaFleur, Masha Raskolnikov, and Anna Kłosowska (review)
  2. Hayley Brown
  3. pp. 506-507
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  1. The Seduction of Youth: Print Culture and Homosexual Rights in the Weimar Republic by Javier Samper Vendrell (review)
  2. Domenic DeSocio
  3. pp. 507-509
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  1. Love’s Next Meeting: The Forgotten History of Homosexuality and the Left in American Culture by Aaron S. Lecklider (review)
  2. Anna J. Clutterbuck-Cook
  3. pp. 509-511
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  1. An Open Secret: The Family Story of Robert and John Gregg Allerton by Nicholas L. Syrett (review)
  2. Adam Sonstegard
  3. pp. 512-513
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  1. States of Liberation: Gay Men between Dictatorship and Democracy in Cold War Germany by Samuel Clowes Huneke (review)
  2. Alexandria N. Ruble
  3. pp. 514-515
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  1. The Queerness of Home: Gender, Sexuality and the Politics of Domesticity after World War II by Stephen Vider (review)
  2. Amy Shaw
  3. pp. 516-517
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  1. Intimate States: Gender, Sexuality, and Governance in Modern US History ed. by Margot Canaday, Nancy F. Cott, and Robert O. Self (review)
  2. Alison M. Parker
  3. pp. 517-519
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  1. The Ambivalence of Gay Liberation: Male Homosexual Politics in 1970s West Germany by Craig Griffiths (review)
  2. Julia Sneeringer
  3. pp. 519-521
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  1. Becoming Queer and Religious in Malaysia and Singapore by Sharon A. Bong (review)
  2. Tamara Loos
  3. pp. 521-523
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